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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Warner Bros. has acquired the global rights to “Western Stars,” the upcoming music documentary co-directed by Bruce Springsteen.

The film will open in theaters this fall after its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

“Western Stars” is Springsteen’s first studio album in five years, and the film marks his directorial debut.

The film weaves in archival footage along with Springsteen’s narration, and shows him performing all 13 songs on the album, alongside a band and a full orchestra, in a nearly 100-year-old barn on the songwriter’s property.

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